PwC Mauritius exists since 1984 and has a long history of staff secondment.
More recently, we have experienced strong demand for resources from our three lines of service. Our experienced and enthusiastic team assists in successfully implementing mobility programmes in various member firms.
Our mobility offering is quite unique, as we are able to provide the firms of the Network quality and high performing human capital with a defined skills set.
In Mauritius, PwC exists since 1984. The firm is recognised as a thought leader and a change initiator, where our professional staff combine the resources of our global network with detailed knowledge of local issues.
We serve a large number of companies doing business in Mauritius, ranging from multinationals, a cross section of local businesses, public institutions, to companies operating in the global business sector.
PwC Mauritius is a +450 staff member firm. 20% of our workforce are at least at managerial level, while 65% are associates and senior associates.
We recruit and train +80 staff every year.
"Shapes adaptation, resilience and commercial thinking..."
"I am more knowledgeable…"
"Impactful team members…"
"...documenting in other languages were amongst the major learning curves..."
“ In line with the New Equation strategy...”
“...enhanced problem solving, adaptability and project management skills.”
“... allowed me to experience the efficiency of audit tools such as Halo...”
“...different industries, environments and perspectives!”
“...diversity of team members, we can learn from different cultures.”
Mauritius, an island nation east of Madagascar off the southeast coast of Africa, gained independence in 1968. A stable democracy with regular free elections and a positive human rights record, the country has attracted considerable foreign investment and has earned one of Africa's highest per capita incomes.
Since independence, Mauritius has developed from a low-income, agricultural based economy to a middle-income, diversified economy with growing industrial, financial, and tourist sectors.
Mauritius is ranked first in Africa and 13th worldwide on the Ease of Doing Business, according to the The World Bank's Ease of Doing Report 2020.
There are currently 9 state and 45 private universities in the Country.
Should you like to learn more about our Global Mobility Programme, please speak to:
Michael Ho Wan Kau
Human Capital Partner
Office: +230 404 5116
Mobile: +230 5 764 2402
Senior Manager Human Capital
Office: +230 404 5329 | Mobile: +230 5 748 0529
Senior Manager, Clients and Markets Development, PwC Mauritius
Tel: +230 4045029